LDX 86N Series cameras
Native 4K Pixels When Resolution Counts
The LDX 86N Series cameras takes the LDX 86 Series to a new level with native 4K UHD (3840x2160) and native 3G/HD (1920x1080) image capture, using three unique 3840x2160p 4K XensiumHAWK CMOS imagers with DPMUltra (dynamic pixel management) functionality. In addition, the LDX 86N gives you the same familiar GV-eLicense upgrade path so that you can always have the camera that you need, with the ability to use standard B4 2/3-inch HD lenses or the new B4 2/3-inch 4K UHD lenses becoming available. So whether it’s HD or 3X super slow-motion today, 3G or 6X super slow-motion tomorrow, or 4K UHD down the road, you’ll be ready for whatever your productions demand.
LDX 86 Series cameras
Better Pixels When You Need Them for the Highest Light Sensitivity.
The LDX 86 Series is unique in that there are two parallel software upgrade paths: One based on high frame rate HD/3G cameras, and the other based on single speed HD/3G/4K UHD acquisition, with both upgrade paths converging on the LDX 86 Universe — a single camera that provides single speed HD/3G/4K UHD as well as 6X HD speed and 3X HD/3G speed.
The LDX 86 Series of cameras consists of five models offering varying levels of operational flexibility to match every production need, with the ability to upgrade as production and business needs change, on a 7-day or perpetual basis.
LDX 82 Series Cameras
The LDX 82 Series of cameras consists of four models offering varying levels of operational flexibility to match every production need, with the ability to upgrade as production and business needs change. This includes extended color gamut supporting ITU-R BT.2020.
XDR — Extended Dynamic Range — operation (HDR with full 15 F-stops or >800% of regular cameras) is available for all 50/59.94 Hz formats offering a new level of viewer experience.
Focus 75 Live
The new Focus 75 Live 720p/1080i user-switchable system cameras represent a new entry level into the company’s legendary imaging quality. Three Xensium-FT CMOS imagers with global shutter — similar to CCD sensors — do not produce any of the rolling shutter artifacts seen with other CMOS-based cameras, such as sensitivity to fast camera movements with short exposure time or sensitivity to short light flashes. This makes Focus 75 Live cameras ideal for smaller live studio and field applications, including regional broadcast stations, SNG vans, small OB vans, university sports productions, staging and houses of worship.